Summary

74.99 -0.26(-0.35%)07/22/2024
Fidelity National Information Services, Inc. (FIS)

Key Facts


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Trading Data
Close74.99
Open74.77
High75.26
Low74.16
Volume1,138,811
Change-0.26
Change %-0.35
Avg Volume (20 Days)1,952,682
Volume/Avg Volume (20 Days) Ratio0.58
52 Week Range46.91 - 78.73
Price vs 52 Week High-4.75%
Price vs 52 Week Low59.86%
Range-1.77
Gap Up/Down-0.76
Fundamentals
Market Capitalization (Mln)41,858
EBIDTA3,395,000,064
PE Ratio103.6667
PEG Ratio6.0120
WallStreet Target Price78.61
Book Value32.0090
Earnings Per Share0.7200
EPS Estimate Current Quarter0.9500
EPS Estimate Next Quarter1.1400
EPS Estimate Current Year5.0100
EPS Estimate Next Year5.5300
Diluted EPS (TTM)0.7200
Revenues
Profit Marging-0.6137
Operating Marging (TTM)0.1857
Return on asset (TTM)0.0210
Return on equity (TTM)0.0190
Revenue TTM9,891,000,320
Revenue per share TTM16.8500
Quarterly Revenue Growth (YOY)0.0290
Quarterly Earnings Growth (YOY)4.3670
Gross Profit (TTM)5,708,000,000
Dividends
Dividend Share1.9200
Dividend Yield0.0236
Valuations
Trailing PE103.6667
Forward PE15.1057
Price Sales (TTM)0.0000
Price Book (MRQ)2.1422
Revenue Enterprise Value 6.0891
EBITDA Enterprise Value14.7621
Shares
Shares Outstanding556,251,008
Shares Float553,498,002
Shares Short0
Shares Short (Prior Month)0
Shares Ratio0.00
Short Outstanding (%)0.00
Short Float (%)0.03
Insider (%)0.09
Institutions (%)102.67


07/20 09:00 EST - investorplace.com
3 Overvalued Stocks Teetering on the Brink of Collapse
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07/18 09:00 EST - businesswire.com
FIS to Report Second Quarter 2024 Results on August 6, 2024
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FIS® (NYSE: FIS), a global leader in financial technology, will announce second quarter 2024 financial results on Tues., August 6, 2024, prior to market open. The company will sponsor a live webcast of its earnings conference call with the investment community beginning at 8:30 a.m. (EDT) the same day. To access the webcast, go to the Investor Relations section of FIS' homepage, www.fisglobal.com. A replay will be available after the conclusion of the live w.
07/18 06:15 EST - investorplace.com
If You Can Only Buy One Fintech Stock in July, It Better Be One of These 3 Names
Financial technology, or fintech, is a branch of banking that utilizes technological innovation to provide all sorts of financial products and services to users from all over the world from the comfort of their mobile devices. With fintech, global citizens can save their money, borrow, lend and even invest without having to step foot in a bank or other financial institution.
07/17 13:50 EST - zacks.com
Fidelity (FIS) to Enhance Efficiency With Innovative Products
Fidelity (FIS) launches Security Finance Matching Platform and SMB Digital Lending Solution, enhancing offerings and paving the way for future growth.
07/08 09:19 EST - investorplace.com
3 Fintech Stocks to Sell in July Before They Crash & Burn
Investors should always be aware of their current positioning in the market cycle, especially when considering fintech stocks to sell. AI greatly propelled market expansion, so much so that just 10 top stocks in the S&P 500 make up 34% of the index, breaking the previous market concentration record all the way back in the 1920s.
07/08 05:46 EST - zacks.com
Zacks Industry Outlook Fiserv, Fidelity National Information, Global Payments, WEX and The Western Union
Fiserv, Fidelity National Information, Global Payments, WEX and The Western Union have been highlighted in this Industry Outlook article.
07/05 11:51 EST - zacks.com
5 Financial Transaction Stocks in Focus Amid Digital Payment Boom
The Financial Transaction Services industry benefits from digital adoption, strong consumer spending and M&A strategies. Companies like FI, FIS, GPN, WEX and WU are well-positioned to thrive amid these favorable trends.
06/28 07:21 EST - seekingalpha.com
5 Stocks I Sold Due To "Fragile Stagflation" Risk
Fragile stagflation presents challenges for investors, with limited opportunities for good returns in stocks and bonds. It is likely markets will experience a lost decade in real terms when measured from 2022. I share 5 stocks I recently sold, why I sold them, my barbell strategy, and how much cash I am holding in my investment portfolios.
06/27 13:09 EST - seekingalpha.com
Fidelity National Has Gone Back To Its Core To Drive Consistent, High-Margin Growth
FIS has renewed its focus on its core legacy Banking and Capital Markets operations, selling a controlling stake in Worldpay to a private equity buyer. Both Banking Solutions and Capital Markets generate high-margin recurring revenues from sticky customer relationships, and FIS holds strong share among outsourced services to larger banks. With banks looking to leverage growth opportunities in payments, capital markets, and asset management, FIS can grow its Banking Solutions business further, as many banks can't afford a go-it-alone strategy.
06/26 04:00 EST - businesswire.com
New FIS Research Shows UK Consumers Addicted to ‘Financial Doomscrolling' Fuelled by Economic Angst
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Global financial technology leader FIS® (NYSE: FIS) has conducted new research showing that widespread financial anxiety among UK consumers has led to a phenomenon known as 'financial doomscrolling' - a term describing the excessive monitoring of account balances and banking apps. Amid a period of political and economic uncertainty, 51% of the consumers surveyed said they are “obsessed” with checking their financial apps, with 63% of Generation Z (18-27-year-olds) and 6.
06/25 14:40 EST - zacks.com
Here's Why You Should Retain Fidelity National (FIS) Stock Now
Fidelity National (FIS) benefits from recurring revenue growth, cross-sale, margin expansion, and investing in high-growth opportunities.
06/20 10:00 EST - businesswire.com
FIS CEO and President Stephanie Ferris Named One of American Banker's Most Influential Women in Fintech 2024
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FIS® (NYSE: FIS), a global leader in financial technology, announced today that its CEO and President Stephanie Ferris has been named as an honoree in American Banker's Most Influential Women in Fintech 2024, and the only CEO of a publicly traded company on the list. The annual list honors inspirational women who are leading and shaping the fintech industry through their roles in innovation, regulation, partnership, and customer experience. “I am honored and.
06/05 12:35 EST - zacks.com
Why Is Fidelity National (FIS) Up 2.4% Since Last Earnings Report?
Fidelity National (FIS) reported earnings 30 days ago. What's next for the stock?
06/05 08:00 EST - businesswire.com
FIS Launches Climate Risk Financial Modeler to Help Clients Assess, Reduce and Report Risks Tied to Climate Change
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FIS' Climate Risk Financial Modeler aims to help businesses better assess, reduce and report their exposure to the physical risks of climate change.
06/04 16:30 EST - businesswire.com
FIS to Present at Upcoming Conference
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--FIS will present at the Morgan Stanley US Financials, Payments & CRE Conference at 1:00 PM.
05/23 14:26 EST - zacks.com
Fidelity (FIS) Enhances Efficiency With New Mobile Banking App
Fidelity (FIS) launches Digital One Flex Mobile 6.0, enhancing its offerings for financial institutions.
05/22 08:00 EST - businesswire.com
FIS Reimagines the Banking Experience for the Digital Age with New Mobile Banking Application
JACKSONVILLE, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Global financial technology leader FIS® (NYSE: FIS) has launched an enhanced version of its flagship mobile banking application for financial institutions. FIS® Digital One™ Flex Mobile 6.0 is tailored for banks seeking to meet evolving customer expectations in the digital era. The application allows customers to bank digitally based on their preferences - either on mobile or online - and provides an intuitive user experience with simplified design, new frau.
05/20 06:46 EST - https://seekingalpha.com
Tracking Seth Klarman's Baupost Group Holdings - Q1 2024 Update
pupunkkop This article is part of a series that provides an ongoing analysis of the changes made to Baupost Group's 13F stock portfolio on a quarterly basis. It is based on Klarman's regulatory 13F Form filed on 5/14/2024. Please visit our Tracking Seth Klarman's Baupost Group Holdings article for an idea on how his holdings have progressed over the years and our previous update for the fund's moves during Q4 2023. Baupost Group's 13F portfolio value decreased from $4.59B to $3.65B this quarter. The total number of 13F securities decreased from 23 to 22. The portfolio is heavily concentrated with Liberty Global, Alphabet, Willis Towers Watson, Fidelity National Information Services, and ViaSat together accounting for ~67% of the 13F holdings. Since inception (1982), Baupost Group's 13F portfolio has accounted for between 2.4% to 15% of the Assets Under Management (AuM). The current allocation is at the high-end of that range. The rest of the AUM is diversified among cash, debt, real estate, and hedges. On average, the fund has held ~25% cash over the last decade. Seth Klarman's distinct investment style is elaborated in his 1991 book "Margin of Safety: Risk-averse value investing strategies for the thoughtful investor". The book is out-of-print and copies sell for a huge premium. New Stakes: Eagle Materials (EXP) and WESCO International (WCC): EXP is a ~2% of the portfolio stake established this quarter at prices between ~$196 and ~$272 and the stock currently trades at ~$256. The ~1% WCC position was purchased this quarter at prices between ~$133 and ~$194, and it is now at ~$185. Note: The following very small stakes were also established during the quarter: GDS Holdings (GDS), Fortrea Holdings (FTRE), and SoundHound AI (SOUN). Stake Disposals: Garrett Motion (GTX): Baupost controlled ~32% of Garrett Motion as of Q1 2023. The bulk of the ownership was through a series A preferred share offering. They were converted to common stock during Q2 2023. The next quarter saw a ~80% reduction at prices between $7.23 and $8.04. That was followed by a ~50% selling in the last quarter at prices between ~$7 and ~$9.70. The disposal this quarter was at prices between ~$8.30 and ~$10. The stock is now at $9.47. Gray Television (GTN): The very small 0.73% GTN stake saw a ~75% increase in Q2 2022 at prices between ~$17 and ~$22. That was followed with a ~45% increase in the next quarter at prices between ~$16.25 and ~$20.75. The elimination this quarter was at prices between ~$5.50 and ~$10. The stock currently trades at $6.56. Liberty Live (LLYVA): Liberty Media Live came to market through a spin-out and reclassification of Liberty SiriusXM. Shareholders received 0.25 shares of Liberty Live for each Liberty SiriusXM. Baupost had a large position in Liberty SiriusXM for which they received these shares. LLYVA started trading last August at ~$36, and it is currently at $38.33. There was one-third selling in the last quarter at prices between ~$30 and ~$37. The position was sold this quarter at prices between ~$34 and ~$42. SS&C Technologies (SSNC): SSNC was a 1.37% position built in Q3 2020 at prices between ~$56 and ~$65. The two quarters through Q1 2021 had seen a ~25% stake increase at prices between ~$63 and ~$71. There was a ~22% selling in Q2 2022 at prices between ~$55 and ~$79. The next quarter saw a similar increase at prices between ~$48 and ~$63. There was a ~13% trimming during Q1 2023 while in the next quarter there was a similar increase. There was a ~40% selling during Q3 2023 at prices between ~$53 and ~$63. That was followed by a ~55% reduction in the last quarter at prices between ~$49 and ~$61. The stake was sold this quarter at prices between ~$59 and ~$65. The stock is now at $63.72. Tower Semiconductor (TSEM): TSEM was a 1.80% of the portfolio stake established during Q3 2023 at prices between ~$24 and ~$38. The disposal this quarter was at prices between ~$28 and ~$34. The stock is now at $36.71. Stake Increases: Alphabet Inc. (GOOG): The large (top three) ~12% GOOG stake was purchased in Q1 2020 at prices between ~$53 and ~$76. The last three quarters of 2020 had seen a ~75% selling at prices between ~$55 and ~$92. There was a ~265% stake increase in Q1 2021 at prices between ~$86 and ~$105. Q4 2021 saw a ~22% trimming at prices between ~$133 and ~$151 while next quarter there was a ~7% increase. The zig-zag trading pattern continued in the next quarter: ~30% reduction at prices between ~$106 and ~$144. That was followed with another ~60% selling during Q3 2022 at prices between ~$96 and ~$123. The stake was rebuilt next quarter at prices between ~$83.50 and ~$105. Q1 2023 saw a ~47% stake increase at prices between ~$87 and ~$109 while the next quarter saw a ~30% selling at prices between ~$104 and ~$128. There was another ~23% reduction in the last quarter at prices between ~$123 and ~$143. The stock is now at ~$177. There was a marginal increase this quarter. Clarivate plc (CLVT): The 6.23% of the portfolio CLVT position was established during Q3 2023 at prices between $6.60 and $9.90. There was a ~13% stake increase in the last quarter. That was followed by a ~20% increase this quarter at prices between $7.01 and $9.44. The stock currently trades below those ranges at ~$6. Herbalife (HLF): The very small 0.62% HLF position was increased by 34% this quarter at prices between $8.03 and $15.36. The stock is now at $10.89. Stake Decreases: Fidelity National Information Services (FIS): The large (top five) 11.34% FIS position was purchased during Q3 2022 at prices between ~$76 and ~$105, and it is now at $78.36. There was a ~250% stake increase during Q4 2022 at prices between ~$57 and ~$85. That was followed with a ~125% increase in the next quarter at prices between ~$50 and ~$78. Q2 2023 also saw a ~40% increase at prices between ~$52 and ~$59. There was a minor ~3% increase during Q3 2023 and a ~9% trimming in the last quarter. This quarter also saw a ~12% trimming. Viasat (VSAT): VSAT is a fairly large position at 7.45% of the portfolio. Klarman first purchased VSAT in 2008 at much lower prices, and his overall cost-basis is in the high-teens. In July 2020, Baupost participated in Viasat's 4.47M share private placement by acquiring ~2.56M shares at ~$39 per share. The stock currently trades at ~$19. There was ~7% trimming this quarter. Note: Baupost's ownership stake in the business went down from 21% to 13% following Viasat's acquisition of Inmarsat due to the related dilution. CRH plc (CRH): The 6.40% CRH stake was primarily built during Q3 2023 at prices between ~$53 and ~$60. The stake was decreased by 19% this quarter at prices between $65.92 and $87.20. The stock currently trades at $81.92. Liberty SiriusXM (LSXMK): The 5.72% LSXMK stake was primarily built in Q3 2020 at prices between ~$23 and ~$28. Q4 2020 saw a ~14% stake increase. The four quarters through Q2 2022 saw the position doubled at prices between ~$26 and ~$47. The stake was decreased by 69% this quarter at prices between $28.56 and $31.21. The stock currently trades at $24.32. Note: The prices quoted above are adjusted for the Liberty Live spin-out and reclassification last August. Jacobs Solutions (J): Jacobs Solutions is a ~2% of the portfolio stake established during the last two quarters at prices between ~$119 and ~$140. The stake was decreased by 30% this quarter at prices between ~$126 and ~$154. The stock currently trades at ~$136. Theravance Biopharma (TBPH): TBPH is a 1.62% of the portfolio position established in Q2 2014 as a result of the spinoff of TBPH from Theravance (now Innoviva). The spinoff terms called for Theravance shareholders to receive 1 share of TBPH for every 3.5 shares of Theravance held. The two quarters through Q3 2021 saw a ~50% stake increase at prices between ~$7 and ~$22.50. The three quarters through Q2, 2023 saw a ~45% selling at prices between ~$9.70 and ~$12. The stock is now at $9.29. There was a ~11% trimming this quarter. Note: they have a ~11% ownership stake in the business. Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD): A fairly large stake in WBD was established in Q2, 2022 at prices between ~$13 and ~$26. The next quarter saw a ~60% increase at prices between ~$11.30 and ~$17.50. The stake was decreased by 85% this quarter at prices between $8.11 and $11.66. The stock is now at $8.06. Kept Steady: Liberty Global (LBTYK): LBTYK is currently the largest position at ~24% of the portfolio. It was established in Q3 2018 at prices between $25 and $28.50 and increased by ~120% next quarter at prices between $19.50 and $27.50. There was another ~27% stake increase in Q1 2019 at prices between $19.80 and $25.80. Since then, the activity had been minor. There was a ~10% reduction in Q2 2022 at prices between ~$22 and ~$26. The two quarters through Q3 2023 saw another ~10% trimming. The stock currently trades below their purchase price ranges at $18.06. Willis Towers Watson (WTW): WTW is a large (top three) ~12% of the portfolio stake established in Q1 2021 at prices between ~$200 and ~$235. The two quarters through Q3 2021 saw a ~60% selling at prices between ~$202 and ~$270 while the next quarter there was a ~25% stake increase at prices between ~$226 and ~$249. There was a similar reduction in Q2 2022 at prices between ~$191 and ~$243. Q3 2022 saw a ~40% increase at prices between ~$192 and ~$221 while during Q1 2023 there was a one-third reduction at prices between ~$220 and ~$257. Q3 2023 saw a ~72% stake increase at prices between ~$196 and ~$234. The stock currently trades at ~$257. Jazz Pharmaceuticals (JAZZ): The 2.75% position in JAZZ stake was purchased during Q1 2023 at prices between ~$134 and ~$161. There was a ~40% stake increase during Q2 2023 at prices between ~$123 and ~$147. That was followed by a ~25% increase in the last quarter at prices between ~$114 and ~$136. The stock is now below their purchase price ranges at ~$109. Note: they also have a very small stake in Altice USA (ATUS), which was kept steady this quarter. The spreadsheet below highlights changes to Klarman's 13F stock holdings in Q1 2024: Seth Klarman - Baupost Group Portfolio - Q1 2024 13F Report Q/Q Comparison (John Vincent (author)) Editor's Note: This article discusses one or more securities that do not trade on a major U.S. exchange. Please be aware of the risks associated with these stocks.
05/14 15:16 EST - zacks.com
Why You Should Add Fidelity National (FIS) to Your Portfolio
Fidelity National (FIS) benefits from recurring revenue growth, cross sale, vertical expansion and investing in high growth opportunities.